Imagine that you must advance through one of these 6 roads. Your preferred path could reveal important aspects of your life and your personality which will help you become better person and live a happier life.
“The Road Not Taken”, by Robert Frost
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;
I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
Select your path and then discover its meaning.
1. Pleasant and cautious:
You are known for being a very sociable and friendly person. You enjoy having friends and people with whom to share your life. You are a hard-working person (sometimes in excess) and this is due to your constant concern about the future. You like to know that everything will be fine and for this reason you try to save, invest or look for ways to guarantee income and security for the days to come.
Your main challenge is to learn to trust and understand that the future is not just the result of the work you do here and now. In this way you will live a quieter, happier life without the burden of anxiety.
2. Active and determined:
You are a person who knows how nice it is to develop your life, meet your goals and work with the courage to get where you want to go. You have a clear orientation to achievement and it is likely that other people admire you for that (even if they never told you). You like the good things in life and it is likely that sometimes you are reckless with your finances.
Your message is an invitation to remember that your true value is determined by what you are and not by what you have. Remember that in life the only thing that we truly possess (and what we really are) is what we can’t lose in a shipwreck.
3. Kind, responsible and reliable:
You are a person who is always willing to help others and who tries to be true to his word and his commitments. You usually trust people a lot, but when someone lets you down, it’s hard for that person to regain your trust. Sometimes it is likely that in your interest to help, you get involved with the problems of others, reaching situations that could be harmful to your life.
Your main challenge is to understand that when it comes to helping, you can give the shoes, but you can’t walk the path of others. Life is a school and we are all here to learn from the lessons that it presents to us every day.
4. Positive, enthusiastic and curious:
You characterize yourself as a naturally cheerful person who always tries to always see the positive side of life. You try to live your days in the most intense and happiest way possible and it is also possible that in some cases you are impulsive and unorganized. You want to fill your life with experiences and activities and for this reason it is likely that suddenly you find yourself immersed in multiple obligations and that you fail with several of them.
Your main challenge is to learn to quiet your mind and your life. Breathe calmly and appreciate the wonders that life presents to you at every moment and before committing to a new activity or with a new person, analyze in a critical and honest way if that is the most convenient thing to do at that moment in your life.
5. Analytical and calm:
You characterize yourself for being a methodical, analytical and very rational person. At the same time you are very sincere, calm and loyal. Paradoxically, although you are characterized by your intelligence and your capacity in many facets of life, in some cases you might come to think that you can’t do things as well as others.
In this sense, your main challenge and invitation is to analyze the factors that weaken your self-belief and focus your energy and talent on them. Believing more in yourself and in your ability to renew and be better every day will help you to move forward through life with firm, safe, prosperous and happy steps.
6. Reserved, gentle and sensible:
You characterize yourself as a quiet person, in some cases silent, who lives with a natural optimism and that for this reason often downplays the painful aspects of life. You want peace and tranquility to flourish in your environment and for this reason it is very common to find yourself mediating in a discussion or trying to avoid conflicts arising.
Your main challenge is to learn to clearly express your feelings. Contrary to what you might think, manifesting your anger or disappointment will not make a problem bigger, but it is the beginning of the solution. Don’t expect others to know what you want if you do not say it.
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